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What are the symptoms of prolapsed bladder or uterus?

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What re symptoms of prolapsed bladder or uterus?
Fri, 25 May 2018 in Lump
Answered by Dr. Michelle Gibson James 1 hour later
Brief Answer:
fullness, discomfort, mass/bulge may be palpated

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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

Prolapsed uterus is due to weakness in the muscles in the pelvis, it can occur as a result of childbirth. It is also associated with obesity, smoking, constipation, chronic lung disease.

Symptoms of prolapsed uterus include--(1)feeling of vaginal fullness or pressure
(2)vaginal spotting
(3)discomfort in the lower abdomen
(4)constipation or problems passing urine
(5)may feel a bulge in the vagina

Prolapsed bladder may present with--(1)feeling of not emptying the bladder completely
(2)difficulty in urination
(3)increased urinary tract infections
(4)feeling of fullness may also occur

If you are having concerning symptoms, you should see your doctor for assessment to determine the cause.

I hope this helps, feel free to ask any other questions
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